Corrie is battling grief and anger. Her husband’s altruistic act overseas in battle cost him his life, and it cost his wife her soul mate.
Her husband’s cousin, Jarrod, seems to try to fill the void. Another family member tries to keep Corrie in touch with her deceased husband by using the dark side. Jarrod, a part-time preacher, tries to keep her in the light of God, but which will win—God or the dark side?
The writing is a bit bogged down in the mundane. It takes a while for the plot to get rolling, but once it does, you will find yourself yearning for closure with Corrie. Tracey Bateman has an unusual style that is one-of-a-kind.